From New York Times And USA Today Bestselling Urban Fantasy Romance Author, HP Mallory, Comes The Dulcie O’Neil Series!
“H.P. Mallory has a quick wit, a fresh voice, and a clever way with words. If you like Charlaine Harris, you’ll love H.P. Mallory!” ~ Larissa Ione, New York Times Bestselling Author
A TALE OF TWO GOBLINS is the second book in the Dulcie O’Neil series:
A Dreamstalker— a creature that stalks and kills its victims in sleep.
A fairy in law enforcement determined to stop him.
A potions smuggler who possesses something she wants.
A vampire with his own agenda.
And a partner who couldn’t possibly be sexier or more frustrating.
Dulcie O’Neil is a fairy working in law enforcement for the Netherworld.
When Knight Vander approaches her with a case regarding comatose victims, she agrees to help him, imagining the most difficult part will be combatting her attraction to him.
But, what Dulcie isn’t betting on is the fact that the case becomes personal when she learns all the victims are somehow linked to her.
When her best friend falls victim to the Dreamstalker, Dulcie must do everything in her power to ensure her friend’s survival, including associating with criminals and accepting the fact that desperate times do definitely call for desperate measures.
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Not like the first, but still a good read
The second book in this series was not like the first. I read the first book over a day or two. This just took much longer, I decided one weekend that I just wanted to finish it because I've been reading it too long. If that makes sense. Dulcie's character get a bit annoying in this second installment in the series. Yes! I understand she been hurt in the past, she gets annoying. Some how she always ends up having to dress like a hooker and get evidence some where. I am getting a little bored of that. I also feel like she plays all these men that are into her and use them when she needs something. Some of the other series I read have strong main characters and I feel Dulcie is lacking some characteristics of a solid protagonist. The plot builds and builds, but I did not feel the ending served that wow factor i was waiting for when you find out who is behind the dreamstalking. Overall, I am going to pick up the third book hoping Mallory will deliver the fun and excitement she did in the first novel.